I'm a (web) software developer from Nuremberg/Germany, currently working on some ASP.NET MVC Projects.

Mar
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comment CSS HTML How to get rid of the button border
Btw. you don't have to use buttons either, usually you rather want anchors (<a ...></a>). Buttons are for forms but it appears like you want to have navigation. Use anchors for that.
Mar
4
comment CSS HTML How to get rid of the button border
"want to make a clean and awesome website but the only problem is I don't know how to get rid of the button border" - that's hilarious ;-)
Feb
15
comment Use a custom directory name instead of node_modules when installing with npm
Agree @codeninja I know which github thread you mean, and I feel neither is a good excuse :) Windows totally failed with path length limitation, and the nodejs guys did not do any better by choosing this miserable convention
Feb
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awarded Nice Answer
Feb
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
Jan
14
comment What logic determines the insert order of Entity Framework 6
It will not really help you, but it's interesting read though... stackoverflow.com/a/11521882/265165
Dec
23
comment Assign arbitrary attribute to MVC model's property
@ChrisPratt Agreed. The UIHint Attribute will help you, if you want this kind of customization on a detailed level, like for a single input only.
Dec
22
answered Assign arbitrary attribute to MVC model's property
Dec
21
revised EntityFramework EF won't let me re-scaffold
Added ref. to solution answer
Dec
21
answered EntityFramework EF won't let me re-scaffold
Dec
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asked EntityFramework EF won't let me re-scaffold
Dec
11
comment C# preserve escape sequence when reading JSON content using Json.NET
I'm not doing Replace("\\","\\\\") but instead Regex.Replace(json, @"(?<!\\)[\\](?!\\)", @"\\"), it will do the same replace, but only if not already escaped. Two backspaces in row are untouched.
Dec
11
accepted C# preserve escape sequence when reading JSON content using Json.NET
Dec
10
comment C# preserve escape sequence when reading JSON content using Json.NET
Thanks Pikoh that works! With the downside that it's applied to the whole content, I can't really isolate this to the regex patterns only.
Dec
10
comment C# preserve escape sequence when reading JSON content using Json.NET
OK, so I didn't choose a good example. \t is actually working just like the tab, you're right. But the Parse command will fail if you for example write replace \t with \. to match a period e.g. 1.a. Also, if you for example, would want to Log the pattern somewhere (e.g. to the console) Console.WriteLine(pattern) it will render to tab.
Dec
10
comment C# preserve escape sequence when reading JSON content using Json.NET
@MichaelMairegger yes I could, but I know how the users work, they use a tool like regexhero.net and copy the regex pattern around, change it, copy again.... A complex pattern can have multiple occurances. It would be great if they could just also paste it into our config file, the chances are high to make a mistake when the value is pasted. [* the only exception is to not include " which would break the string but we don't want that within a regex]
Dec
10
comment C# preserve escape sequence when reading JSON content using Json.NET
@Rob that's maybe true, yes, in the case of \t but with the complexity of Regex, the changes are getting low
Dec
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asked C# preserve escape sequence when reading JSON content using Json.NET
Nov
30
answered MVC - Validation (Model.State) using ViewModel
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